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[[Image:Dragonstone Pin.png|right|thumb|200px|Map showing the location of [[Dragonstone]] off the coast of [[Westeros]].]]
 
[[Image:Dragonstone Pin.png|right|thumb|200px|Map showing the location of [[Dragonstone]] off the coast of [[Westeros]].]]
'''Dragonstone''' is a volcanic island in the [[Narrow Sea]] that guards the entrance to [[Blackwater Bay]] and the sea approaches to [[King's Landing]], off the east coast of [[Westeros]]. It is the location of the eponymous castle of [[Dragonstone (castle)|Dragonstone]], the ancestral seat of [[House Targaryen]] and now seat of King [[Stannis Baratheon]], one of the claimants to the [[Iron Throne]].
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'''{{Quote|The island itself was and is nothing. It had no gold or gems to lure Valyrian nobility, all it has is rock.|[[Stannis Baratheon]]|Dragonstone (Histories & Lore)}}'''Dragonstone''' is a volcanic island in the [[Narrow Sea]] that guards the entrance to [[Blackwater Bay]] and the sea approaches to [[King's Landing]], off the east coast of [[Westeros]]. It is the location of the eponymous castle of [[Dragonstone (castle)|Dragonstone]], the ancestral seat of [[House Targaryen]] and now seat of King [[Stannis Baratheon]], one of the claimants to the [[Iron Throne]].'''
   
 
Large amounts of [[dragonglass]] can be found on Dragonstone, but it isn't a precious or even particularly useful material, being too brittle to make weapons and too sharp to use in building. Otherwise, the only significant advantage of holding Dragonstone island is its strategic position, guarding the entrance to Blackwater Bay and King's Landing.
 
Large amounts of [[dragonglass]] can be found on Dragonstone, but it isn't a precious or even particularly useful material, being too brittle to make weapons and too sharp to use in building. Otherwise, the only significant advantage of holding Dragonstone island is its strategic position, guarding the entrance to Blackwater Bay and King's Landing.
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One of the few advantages the island itself possesses (besides its strategic location) is the active volcano known as the Dragonmont - possibly the only large active volcano in the Seven Kingdoms (though smaller thermal vents and hot springs are relatively common). [[Dragons]] prefer to nest in caves in the sides of volcanoes, being attracted to the heat. The ancient Valyrians first discovered dragons nesting in the string of volcanoes in Essos known as the [[Fourteen Fires]]. Dragonstone island was thus an ideal location for the Targaryens to raise and breed their surviving dragons. Some dragons were later raised in the massive Dragonpit built in King's Landing, but the main hatcheries remained on Dragonstone in volcanic tunnels.
   
 
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For the castle see Dragonstone (castle)
Dragonstone Pin

Map showing the location of Dragonstone off the coast of Westeros.

"The island itself was and is nothing. It had no gold or gems to lure Valyrian nobility, all it has is rock."
Stannis Baratheon[src]
Dragonstone is a volcanic island in the Narrow Sea that guards the entrance to Blackwater Bay and the sea approaches to King's Landing, off the east coast of Westeros. It is the location of the eponymous castle of Dragonstone, the ancestral seat of House Targaryen and now seat of King Stannis Baratheon, one of the claimants to the Iron Throne.

Large amounts of dragonglass can be found on Dragonstone, but it isn't a precious or even particularly useful material, being too brittle to make weapons and too sharp to use in building. Otherwise, the only significant advantage of holding Dragonstone island is its strategic position, guarding the entrance to Blackwater Bay and King's Landing.

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In the booksEdit

One of the few advantages the island itself possesses (besides its strategic location) is the active volcano known as the Dragonmont - possibly the only large active volcano in the Seven Kingdoms (though smaller thermal vents and hot springs are relatively common). Dragons prefer to nest in caves in the sides of volcanoes, being attracted to the heat. The ancient Valyrians first discovered dragons nesting in the string of volcanoes in Essos known as the Fourteen Fires. Dragonstone island was thus an ideal location for the Targaryens to raise and breed their surviving dragons. Some dragons were later raised in the massive Dragonpit built in King's Landing, but the main hatcheries remained on Dragonstone in volcanic tunnels.


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